While they’re on campus, they will have to wear masks both indoors and outdoors.
“We’re basically saying that when you arrive on campus, you put on your facial covering and that’s what you are using for the day, said Dr. Matt Willis, Marin County Public Health Officer, “We are encouraging breaks where people can remove their facial coverings. They obviously can’t cover their faces when they are eating and drinking.
If there’s no evidence of significant infections, the county’s education and health departments may revise the guidelines after a few weeks.
Thursday was the first day of school for many schools in Marin.
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